I don’t know about you, but I have a ton of photos. On my camera, on my computer, on my phone . . . and they just sit there. There are only so many picture frames you can put out! I really love the idea of using Mod Podge products to transfer these images to fashion or home decor items, making something useful and fun. I’ve pulled together a collection of awesome ideas using Mod Podge photo transfer, and I know you’ll love them. Transferring an image with Mod Podge is just as easy as it seems, and the results are cool. Click through the slideshow to see the inspiration!
12 Mod Podge Photo Transfer Projects 1 of 13Click through the slideshow to see them!
Photo Albums 2 of 13Use your favorite images to decorate the outside of small photo albums - so cute!
See how they were made at My So Called Crafty Life
Chevron Pendant 3 of 13Use your favorite chevron image to dress up a plain pendant - then add Dimensional Magic.
Learn how to make it at Mod Podge Rocks
DIY Coasters 4 of 13Use marble tiles and images to make unique coasters!
See how they were made at Shanty 2 Chic
Photo Onesie 5 of 13Use your favorite image to spice up a onesie - these make great baby shower gifts!
Find the instructions at Cathie Filian
Instagram Block 6 of 13Get those Instagrams off of your phone and photo transfer them to blocks for unique home decor.
Find the step-by-step at Mod Podge Rocks
Vintage Hangers 7 of 13Choose your favorite vintage images and turn wood hangers from plain to fun!
Get the how to Matustake
Wall Art 8 of 13Turn rockin' pictures of little ones into full scale wall decor.
See how it was done at Wendolonia
Mini Me 9 of 13Turn an image of one of your kids into a fun doll - they'll love it!
Get the how to at See Vanessa Craft
Floral Sneakers 10 of 13Dress up regular tennies with a floral pattern, transferred directly to the shoe.
Visit the how to at Henry Happened
Anthropologie Inspired 11 of 13Get the designer look on a budget - turn a plain shirt into a Anthropologie inspired fashion find.
See how it was done at Stars for Streetlights
Jewelry Holder 12 of 13Turn a small canvas into a backdrop for a jewelry holder, simply by transferring an image.
See how it was done at Northern Cottage
Garden Caddy 13 of 13Turn an old tray into a cute garden caddy with the addition of a vintage graphic.
Get the how to Creative Carmella
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